A label to regulate: Governing though market experiment in the construction industry

Abstract : This paper examines the role labelling plays in the government of the contemporary economy. Drawing on a detailed study of BBC-Effinergy, a French label for sustainable construction, we show how the adoption and evolution of voluntary labels can be seen as emblematic of a government through experiment engaging 4 operations: stimulating market anticipations, focussing political consultations, producing collective expertise and containing the regulatory transcription of the label.
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Communication dans un congrès
International workshop on ‘Labelling and the politics of markets’, Oct 2016, Paris, France
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Aurelie Tricoire, Eva Boxenbaum, Brice Laurent, Alexandre Mallard. A label to regulate: Governing though market experiment in the construction industry. International workshop on ‘Labelling and the politics of markets’, Oct 2016, Paris, France. 〈hal-01392840〉

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